Established in September 2019, the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission (Te Waihanga) is a newly-formed, autonomous Crown entity with an independent board.
Its primary objective is to co-ordinate, develop and promote an approach that encourages infrastructure, and services that result from infrastructure, to improve the well-being of New Zealanders.
With a focus on creating a step change in the broad infrastructure sector, the Commission's mandate is to operate as an expert body that provides high-quality advice to the Government and to related agencies that are planning, funding, building or managing infrastructure.
About the role : Partnering with central and local government, the private sector and other key stakeholders, the Commission will develop a 30-year infrastructure strategy.
This will involve building broad public agreement to a plan which will be reported to Government firstly by the end of 2021, and thereafter, at least every five years.
One of the Commission's key areas of focus will be the creation of an infrastructure pipeline, which will provide the infrastructure market greater certainty about future projects.
Reporting directly to the General Manager, Major Projects and Advisor (MPA) the Senior Advisor, Project Governance will be responsible for supporting a portfolio of infrastructure projects at a national level by providing comprehensive project governance support across the full project lifecycle.
Key Responsibilities : Key Requirements : This is a specialised opportunity to absorb yourself in project governance across large scale, national, infrastructure projects.
Robert Walters endeavours to review all applications in a maximum of five working days. If you have not received correspondence within this timeframe please do not hesitate to contact Bridget Clarke on 04 471 9705.
Senior Advisor - Project Governance